Royal Caribbean brings
the cruise dream alive
The wait is finally over! The government has given the green light for a return to cruising in Australia and guests can finally book their dream cruise with confidence.
To mark the occasion so many Australians have all been waiting for, Royal Caribbean International is offering the chance to celebrate with 50 percent off deposits when booking from 23 March to 5 April.
2022/2023 Summer Season
For Royal Caribbean’s 2022-23 Australia Summer Season, two Quantum Class ships will make a stunning return to Australia. Ovation of the Seas will kick off its sailings from Sydney with an 11-night cruise on 29 October 2022. Marking Royal Caribbean’s Brisbane debut, Quantum of the Seas will set sail from 1 November on an 8-night cruise of the South Pacific. Royal Caribbean offers a raft of 2-night to19-night sailings for its 2022/2023 season from Sydney and Brisbane from October 2022.
2022/2023 cruise deals include:
2023/2024 Summer Season
Royal Caribbean International yesterday announced its 2023/2024 Australia Summer Season kicking off next year and packed with returning favourites, firsts and new itineraries across three award-winning ships.
Adventurers of all ages can experience the region’s spectacular beauty on varying itineraries that range from 2-night getaways to 19-night adventures. Guests can visit multiple destinations of 38 gems of the Southern Hemisphere from one day to the next, including locales along the rich coasts of Australia, the Land of the Long White Cloud and the postcard-perfect beaches of the South Pacific. Ovation and Quantum of the Seas will make their return, alongside a down under debut from Enchantment of the Seas.
2023/2024 cruise deals include:
Sailing from your doorstep – Royal Caribbean’s lineup
Quantum of the Seas – Cruising from Brisbane 2022, 2023 and 2024
Ovation of the Seas – Cruising from Sydney 2022, 2023 and 2024
Explore wonders close to home onboard the world’s most groundbreaking ships, that offer as much adventure as the shores they visit. Royal Caribbean’s Quantum Class ships are designed for adventure enthusiasts and gourmet globe trotters. With spaces that transform on the fly, no other ships pack more cutting-edge experiences in one single day, including dining options for every taste.
As Royal Caribbean’s most high-tech ships, every sea day is as memorable as adventures onshore.
The most innovative ship to set sail from Brisbane, Quantum of the Seas offers the boldest, most unique adventures Queensland has ever seen and a gateway to the postcard-perfect islands of the South Pacific where you can embrace island life.
For adrenaline, guests can try the skydiving simulator, Ripcord by iFly, FlowRider, North Star or Bumper Cars at SeaPlex. Or challenge the family to glow-in-the-dark face-offs in Laser Tag or mind-boggling puzzles in the Royal Escape Room.
If guests are craving world-class food, they can try Tuscan favourites at Jamie’s Italian by Jamie Oliver, or have a robot mix their cocktail at the Bionic Bar.
Enchantment of the Seas – Cruising from Sydney 2023, 2024
Give your routine a rest and press pause on reality, because adventure is well within reach. Whether you’re chasing thrills on the rock climbing wall or soaking up the sunshine poolside at the adults-only Solarium, Enchantment of the Seas is what getaway goals are made of.
Highlights of Enchantment’s inaugural season in Australia include new destinations for Royal Caribbean: Kangaroo Island and Gladstone, Australia. Holidaymakers can escape to the South Pacific on 8- to 11-night sailings and visit Raiatea, French Polynesia; Isle of Pines, Mare; and Lifou, New Caledonia. A series of special cruises are also on deck, including an 11-night South Pacific and Fiji Christmas cruise as well as sailings featuring visits to locales along Australia’s Top End and West Coast, including Darwin, Exmouth and Fremantle. Guests looking for a longer holiday can choose a circumnavigation cruise that explores both Australia and New Zealand, a combination of two itineraries that can be booked individually or back-to-back to make for a 34-night adventure.
Ovation of the Seas enters Sydney Harbor
Royal Caribbean's famous Flow Rider surf simulator
Aerial adventure on Royal Caribbean
M.D. IS EXCITED BY THE RETURN OF CRUISING
Gavin Smith managing director of Australia and New Zealand, Royal Caribbean International is excited about the return of cruising,
“We are delighted cruising has been given the green light to resume in Australia, and we can’t wait for even more guests to create a lifetime of memories on their cruise holidays with Royal Caribbean as soon as October, into 2023, 2024 and beyod. We know many of our loyal guests have been as excited for this moment as we are, and that’s why we want them to celebrate with us by offering 50 percent off their bookings up until 5 April.”
“Now that COVID restrictions are easing in Australia, we are seeing huge demand from Australians who are eager to get back to sea. From October we will welcome back two Quantum Class ships and launch in Brisbane with one of our most high-tech ships, Quantum of the Seas, addressing a demand Australians have long been asking for.”